Remember hearing earlier this year about the 10 Heroin Puppies that were seized from a Colombian farm with a pound of liquid heroin implanted into each of their bellies? Remember dropping to your knees, shaking your fist at the sky and renouncing God Himself for planting you on an earth where this sort of thing is done to PUPPIES? Well, stand up and brush yourself down, because after a couple of phone calls to the New York Drug Enforcement Agency, we can now bring you an exclusive update, complete with heartwarming photos of two of the poor critters:
One of our agents was also able to track down and photograph two surviving dogs. The Bassett hound is named “Donna” [above] and it was adopted by a CNP Police Officer. He told the Agent it was the least he could do after seeing in person what extent “traffickers” would do to puppies to traffic drugs. The Officer stated that Donna is a very happy dog and is currently a loved member of his family. The Rottweiler [below, then and now] is named “Heroina” for two reasons. For the heroin seized and the fact it survived (a Hero). Heroina was immediately adopted by the CNP/SIJIN Narcotics Unit that responded to the farm that morning. During the day, Heroina lounges and plays with the Officers of the SIJIN Narcotics Unit. During the evening, Heroina guards seized vehicles in the SIJIN impound lot. The Agent observed both dogs to be in good health and well taken care of. One is loved by a family, and the other is loved by an entire Police Unit.
No news however on the whereabouts of the two Labradors, Cocaina and Methamphetamina.
– Steven Corfe